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Cool halftone work!, is that using that AI plugin? or do you make them from scratch, j/w
Cheers.”…plugin…” how very dare you! lol.Nah, I do them myself. I didn’t even know there was a plugin…. I shall have to look into that now. :-)
Another great pic. But, ummm, just how do you make those halftones by hand? They look so old-school camera-made perfect. -J:
Cheers Jay.Well, they weren’t made “by hand” as such – I make simple solid vector shapes (in Freehand MX on this occasion) then I export into Photoshop, make Greyscale flat images, then use the Colour Halftone filter (bit of messing around to get it right)…. then a few other steps to get the image on a transparent background…. then colour the work up… then a bit more messing around and voila!!Thanks for stopping by again. :-)
Well everytime I look for one for PS I only find one for AI lol, so I have to do mine myself too, but that just impresses me more on this one that you did :P
Haha, cheers mate.